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Prefatory note 1. Introductory summary 2. 1795-1826. Ecclefechan and Edinburgh 3. 1826-34. Craigenputtock (from marriage to London) 4. 1834-42. Cheyne Row (to death of Mrs. Welsh) 5. 1842-53. Cheyne Row (to death of Carlyle's mother) 6. 1853-66. The Minotaur (to death of Mrs. Carlyle) 7. 1866-81. Decadence 8. Carlyle as man of letters, critic, and historian 9. Carlyle's political philosophy 10. Ethics, predecessors, influence Appendix. On Carlyle's religion.